Who Sprung Alleged Shooter?

Judge, prosecutors, pretrial-services officers point fingers in the troubling release of a shooting suspect

"Never in our history have we staffed that kind of proceeding," FitzGerald says. "We just don't have the personnel to do that kind of staffing and, in almost all cases, we rely on the commissioners to do the right thing, to err on the side of caution. But we have had problems with Judge Jackson over the years, and we're disappointed to see him passing the buck again when something went wrong. This raises real questions about public-safety issues concerning this gentleman [Bryley] and others."

On April 30, the Adult Probation Office rearrested Bryley on the probation violation. He's back in jail, and, court records indicate, there will be no opportunity for bail.

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